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One-man musician composer of downtempo electronica that fuses world music with jazzy grooves and electronic beats.
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Gloom and doom downtempo track named after an email virus trojan horse.
The Acid42 Remix of an original track by Fatima Lasay.
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Goth, new wave, electronic rock
The Hymn of De La Salle -College of Saint Benilde (Philippines), given an electropop/hiphop spin by Acid42
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A short, Latin-fused house music track. The title comes from a line in William Burgess brutal novel (which was turned into a movie) A Clockwork Orange. Dance to the beat of the Clockwork Orange, Julius.
My electropop remix/remake of Cocolulu's (now Spazzkid's) Panda Extravaganza track from his 8-Bit Love EP of 2007.
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Collaboration between Filipino hip hop wordsmith SYKE and electronic musician Acid42. Result? World music hip hop
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Dark, deep gnawing instrumental that grates and revives at the same time. The song is an attempt at creating a song that has less melody than usual. Result? A disturbance in the force. The title is a tribute to Alec Empire.
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Morose introspection in A-minor, quickly escalating into frenzy. Influenced by Air and Plone, this is the soundtrack of a cold, conflicting, calculated California that is neither here nor there. Synthesized melancholy from Acid42.
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Relaxing downtempo connecting New Jersey with California by way of the beaches of the Philippines. This is a collaboration between east-coast musician ARIEL and west-coast producer ACID42.
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Composed with Propellerheads Reason. Middle-eastern vocal chant care of vox by linkpage refill#1, pads care of raapie's mellotronic nn-19 refill, and peff's 001 sub patches.
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vocals by cholo mallillin. written for karen and mon guinto.
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created for Mon and Karen Guinto.
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Created for a live performance with a group on Philippine bamboo percussions, this piece started out as a 16-bar jam and was eventually sequenced into a full song.